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Mobile and Remote Health Care Options

Anyone who would like to receive care from their home is encouraged to utilize DispatchHealth, a mobile health care service.

DispatchHealth, a partner of Lee Health, is offering home visits for patients with injuries and illnesses that aren’t immediately life-threatening. This service is available in Lee County, seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. DispatchHealth provides advanced services in the home, such as IV medications, IV hydration, laceration repair and much more. You can reach DispatchHealth by calling 239-301-3730.

We’d also like to remind the community that Lee Health TeleHealth, an urgent care telehealth service, is still free for the foreseeable future. Patients can access telehealth 24/7 by using the “Lee TeleHealth” app or by visiting https://leetelehealth.org/landing.htm. For those individuals without internet access, you can utilize Lee TeleHealth by phone. Call 855-635-1393 and they will coordinate a phone visit with a physician for you.

DMAT Locations

All DMAT locations are now operational. A Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) is in place at Cape Coral Hospital, Gulf Coast Medical Center, HealthPark Medical Center and Lee Memorial Hospital to allow residents wider access to emergency services. The DMAT site supplements the hospital’s emergency department by providing emergency and urgent care.